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February 09, 1962 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-09

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Increased Services Offered in
Fields of Health and Welfare

Marked changes in Jewish vol-
untary services to the sick, the
aged, children, and families de-
veloped during the past decade
according to a survey released
by the Council of Jewish Federa-
tions and Welfare Funds.
The report, "The 1961 Year-
book of Jewish Social Services,"
summarizes services and finan-
cial statistics in Jewish agencies
for 1960, and spotlights trends
from 1951 through 1960, in four
major fields of health and wel-
fare: family service, child care,
institutions for the aged, and
general and special hospitals.
The most striking service
change is apparent in the field
of aged care. The survey indi-
cates that the number of homes,
their bed capacity, and special
rehabilitative services have in-

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creased sharply and present
trends indicate that these insti-
tutions will be setting aside ever
growing proportions of bed space
for the chronically sick and
senile aged.
The changing patterns in
child care programming in-
clude more emphasis on spe-
cial services for emotionally
disturbed children, both in
residential and in foster homes.
Jewish general hospitals in the
past decade have been moving
toward development into medical
centers with comprehensive serv-
ices, embracing long term as well
as acute illnesses, psychiatric
treatment, greater research, and
a variety of other related func-
tions.
Family agencies, studied in the
survey, show that clients' need
for financial assistance declined
in the': past ten years and that
for personal services
and assis ce to older men and
women r strikingly.
of financing, the
In the
survey fin that though more
philanthro dollars Were being
Oibute n 1960 than in 1951,
nthropic funds are
a smaller proportion
of tot di gency income.
P
c tax funds, on the other
emerged as an increasingly
ha
ter supporter of health and
elfare services, administered by
voluntary agencies, chiefly in the
fields of hospital treatment and
'ld care.
eased payment of fees by
users of welfare and
ices also developed
y.
come among all four
ups is compared, Jew-
al hospitals show both
est dollar amount and
atest dollar increase dur-
e decade. Homes for
, however, had the g
est
tentage increase.

Select Dancy,
Mrs. Krolik for
Amity Awards

John C. Dancy was named the
recipient of the 15th annual
Amity Award and Mrs. Julian
A. Krolik will receive a special
citation award, announced Mrs.
Sol Elkin, Amity Award chair-
man of the Women's Division of
American. Jewish Congress.
The board of judges which
reached a unanimous decision
in naming both winners was

Burmese Premier Explains Joint
Egyptian Stateme nt to Ben-Gurion

more than an endorsement of his
known position—namely, to sup-
port United Nations decisions.
Ben-
that Nasser
ation to
ed the joint
ady endo ement of
obtain
remie for UN
esolutions whit Na
himself
disregards.

JERUSALEM, (JTA) — Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion said
he had received a letter from
Burmese Premier U Nu explain-
ing the declaration the Burmes
leader had signed jointly
in
President Nasser of Egy
Cairo.
Ben-Gurion said he w•
m-
Nu
pletely satisfied" w
of Israel.
as a staunch fri-
In the joint N
-U Nu state-
ment, the tw • overnment lead:
pport for the
ers pledged
all rights of
restoration
Arab pe e of Palestine
conformi with the C ter an ci
ns."
the Un• d Nations re
eded
The rael
that th initial ann cement •
declarati had c
the jo
ut
him
pleasant urpri
e im-
that he , ad discou
ment after
portance
reading the urmese premier's
letter.
He said Nasser had obtained
from the Burmese leader nothing

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John C. Dancy Mrs. nrolik
headed by William T. Gossett,
vice-president and general coun-
sel of the Ford Motor Company.
Other members of the board
were:

Dr. Tadmor to Address
Weizmann Chapter on
Right Wing Movements
"Right Wing Movements: Re-
action
or Revolution?" will be
Judge Wade McCree, Jr. of the
United States District Court, Eastern the topic for a meeting of the
District of Michigan; Richard Cross, Chaim Weizmann Chapter of the
chairman of the Detroit Commission
of Community Relations; Frank An- American Jewish Congress 8:45
gelo, managing editor of the Detroit p.m. Tuesday at the home of
Free Press; William Cohen, chair- Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Peisner,
THE
man of the commission on law and
social action of American Jewish 19730 Stansbury.
Congress; Miss Florence Cassidy,
Featured speaker will be Dr.
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Arthur Poiner, of the Detroit News; gional director of the American
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Jewish Congress.
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Dancy retired in 1960 after
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lauded
week
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conclusio of a 13-ye
to
induce al campus
s to
expunge
m the•
stitutions
all restr tive
mbers ••
clauses.
Sigma-Nu,
the
Greek houses on e university's
list of biased fraternities, • re-
ported it had received a wai
on discriminatory memb
clauses from its nation
ice.
The Senate Committe
Stu-
dent Affairs approved
waiver.
The committee had arned the
chapter to take, a on by Jan
1 on penalty of
ing glis a
lished.
Dr. Donald
nder,
Activities Bure head,
"congeniality," and ri lice,
creed, or col , "wil hence-
forth determin maternity
bership" at th
nivers.
congratulated fra
ficials
who "in many instance
aligned with the un
sity "in
opposition to their
ional head-
quarters."
Edmund G. illiamson, Dean
of Students,
lied the Sigma
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tion on the ampus. H
that of th our ch
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